The company does not start from scratch in terms of automotive system software. Instead, it will build its software system on its flagship product MotionWise – according to the company a series-proven software platform for automated driving. The platform provides high integration and real-time orchestration of applications, global scheduling logic and tools, advertises Stefan Poledna, CTO of TTTech Auto. “Using the platform, OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers can reduce their development, testing and validation complexity and ensure that essential safety and mission-criticality requirements can be met in both single and multi-SoC environments at reduced cost”, Poledna said.
In the course of the software trend, the company has already grown considerably. TTTech Auto increased the number of its workforce by about 40% within 10 months to about 1,200 employees in September 2020. Part of the overall growth story are the acquisitions of RT-RK Automotive in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia–Herzegovina, Silicon Gears in Spain and Red Pine Software in Turkey.
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